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The Walk Off the Earth video of five people playing one guitar spawned approx. five billion parodies. This is one of the better ones, achieving at least some competency in playing 1/5 of a guitar per person while sharply observing the likely economic situation of a band that can only afford one guitar between the five of them.

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A fairly self-explanatory parody. Lots of love for the original series, but it'd be nice to see a TNG version, or even DS9 and Voyager. Also, WHY ISN'T THE SECOND STAR TREK MOVIE OUT YET?

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Look, you bastards will eat up anything excreted by the overworked and aging Star Wars behemoth, so here's a rendition of a Justin Bieber song in an unholy alliance with the Internet's Fan-Favorite Multiverse. You're welcome.

Video by Teddie Films.

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A tribute by comedians/musicians Rhett and Link to the magical properties of the internet's favorite pig-based product.

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It's the CRJ parody to end (hopefully) all CRJ parodies. Seriously, where else can we go from here? Can we move on to a different song now?

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The music video of "hot" girls who "sang" about their "problems" went viral last week, and it's already spawned several parodies. This one is a lot easier on the ears, but (1) it features a dude in drag, and (2) makes a lot of great points about what it takes to get hits on YouTube these days.

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The folks at Key of Awesome have added another video to the towering mountain of "Call Me Maybe" parodies, this time with the spin of a bad one-nighter.